With over 35 years of experience in power and industrial-steam generation services, Tetra Engineering has developed a broad range of inspection and field services that will help your plant achieve and maintain peak performance and reliability over the coming years
Inspection is a key activity for providing the plant operator with the present condition of his steam generation system, whether boiler or HRSG. The scope of the inspection will of course vary with the age, design and available outage time. What's important is to plan and execute any inspection with the guiding principle that the expended effort and resources are applied "judiciously". This requires comprehensive knowledge about the equipment being inspected and most importantly, experience. Tetra Engineering has been inspecting steam generation equipment at thermal power and process plants for over 25 years. Our goal is to give you the most accurate condition assessment of your equipment within the time and resources available, and not to sell you any hardware or ancillary services.
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The offline (or cold) inspection is an essential O&M activity at any thermal power or process plant. For steam generating equipment, whether it's a small industrial package boiler or a large utility-scale supercritical coal boiler, this is especially critical since only during a shutdown can the condition of all internal components be assessed in detail.
The borescope is an essential tool for inspecting of power plant components. Commonly used in high-value rotating power-plant equipment such as steam turbines, gas turbines and generators it is also extremely useful for checking the internal or to reach external surfaces of boiler and HRSG tubes and piping.
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Tetra Engineering Group can provide your plant with expertise to prepare your NERC EOP-12 Cold Weather Readiness submittal. Our experience in cold weather issues goes back for many years of projects from Alaska to Mexico